Rahul Gandhi: Voting for INDIA Alliance Essential to Protect Constitution and Rights of Marginalized Communities

ByTV10 Punjab

May 29, 2024
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National Desk
28 May
Sandeep Dhand Ludhiana

Rahul Gandhi’s statement highlights several key criticisms of the current administration under Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the BJP. He accuses the government of undermining the Indian Constitution and eroding the rights of marginalized communities, particularly through privatization and the reduction of government jobs, which indirectly impacts reservations.

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  1. Privatization and Reservation : Gandhi suggests that by pushing for extensive privatization, the government is circumventing the reservation system that ensures job opportunities for Dalits, backward classes, and other marginalized groups in public sector jobs. Privatization can lead to fewer government jobs, where reservations apply, thus reducing opportunities for these groups.
  2. Systemic Injustice : He claims that the current administration is fostering a system where Dalits, backward classes, minorities, and economically disadvantaged people are increasingly vulnerable to injustices and atrocities. This criticism points to a perceived neglect or active harm against these communities.
  3. Defense of the Constitution : Gandhi asserts that voting for the INDIA alliance is essential not just for electing MPs but also for protecting the Indian Constitution and democracy. He emphasizes that the Constitution is a safeguard for the dignity and rights of the poor and marginalized, implying that the BJP’s actions threaten these protections.
  4. Role of Congress : He reassures that as long as the Congress party exists, the Constitution and the rights it guarantees to the deprived and marginalized communities will be defended against any efforts to undermine them.

Gandhi’s message is a call to action for voters to support the INDIA alliance in order to protect democratic values and the constitutional rights of all citizens, particularly the most vulnerable.